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Divine Mercy

Day 6: World Youth Day 2016

I know that I left World Youth Day transformed — transformed by the experience of being there with my brothers and sisters in Christ.

Day 5: World Youth Day 2016

Visiting St. Faustina's tomb. Venerating St. John Paul II's relic in his shrine. Lunching with young people. A Eucharistic vigil before the closing Mass. All this and more for Pope Francis at World Youth Day

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Mary & The Marians

A Sword, Heaven Sent

Father Donald Calloway's new book, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon, is a powerful telling of the history of the Rosary and the many champions who wielded this weapon throughout the last 800 years!

A Sword, Heaven Sent

Father Donald Calloway's new book, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon, is a powerful telling of the history of the Rosary and the many champions who wielded this weapon throughout the last 800 years!

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National Shrine

How Can Grandparents Help?

Grandparents, it's time to get radical!

A Day of Healing and Mercy

Filipino Catholics from all over the Northeast come to receive God's healing and mercy in this Jubilee Year of Mercy.

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Marian Helpers

You are Called to Serve

January 27 is the feast day of Blessed George Matulaitis. Here is the challenge he set for all of us.

The Bishops Focus on the Family

How can we help the bishops in their deliberations and the Church in seeking a response to the crisis in the family today?

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Father Dan & The Saints

Saint Faustina's Extraordinary Graces

With all due respect to the communion of saints, St. Faustina was not just any old saint. Father Dan explains.

Who Was St. Dominic Savio?

He's the youngest non-martyr to be canonized in the Catholic Church. What made him so saintly? Father Dan Cambra, MIC, explains.

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